Hi everyone, I am having a really hard time deciding between the Panasonic GF1 and the Olympus E-PL1. Let me tell you my story: I am a long-time photographer using mainly Canon DSLR gear, but also have a Panasonic LX3 which I love. So I was initially drawn to the GF1, because the menus and ergonomics are quite similar. But then Olympus had to bring out the E-PL1 and with it - a dilemma! :smile: I like the build and looks of the GF1, but don't hate the Oly. I like the high-res LCD of the GF1, and dislike the max shutter of only 1/2000 on the Oly. I like the IBIS on the E-PL1. See my problem? Why couldn't they put all the good stuff into the one camera body? Long story short, I think I can live with the Oly, especially since this will not be my main camera system, this will be mainly for fun and the occasional fine-art image (I seem to do some of my best work with my P&S! ). But before I decide, I thought I would ask you kind people a big favour: Would I be able to get my hands on a RAW file out of each camera? And maybe (and this could be pushing my luck) a short video? I want to make sure my system plays nicely with the files coming out of each of these cameras. I don't care if you just snap a pic of your letterbox, or your little toe, it's not the image that I am interested in, it's the file, to see how well it plays with my computer and post-processing techniques. If you can help me out, please reply here to let me know where I can download these, or email them to me if you like. Many thanks in advance!